Christopher Nolan News

Christopher Nolan films are made for 4K Blu-ray. Available December 19th, seven of the acclaimed director’s films will hit the ultra-high definition platform. Each will be available individually and also collected in a huge box set. This will include all three films in his Dark Knight trilogy: Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises. The other four films will be The Prestige, Inception, Interstellar, and this past summer’s Dunkirk.

Christopher Nolan Teaming With Interstellar Cinematographer on Dunkirk From Inception and Interstellar to The Dark Knight Trilogy, the most recent films from director Christopher Nolan have certainly been big, bold and thought-provoking. The varied content of each project makes it hard to consider what might be next for the filmmaker – especially after a release date was announced for his new secret project. This was followed a few months later by the confirmation that his next feature – which he also penned – would be a WWII epic entitled Dunkirk.

DP Hoyte van Hoytema is Reteaming with Nolan for 'Dunkirk' Next Good news to report, Nolan fans! Nolan's new favorite cinematographer is coming back to work on his next film. Christopher Nolan is reteaming with Swiss cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema for his next film currently titled Dunkirk, about the Allied evacuation from Dunkirk, France during the early part of WWII. This isn't surprising at all and it's exactly what we expected for this production, but this is the first time we've seen confirmation.

Interstellar hit home video Tuesday and our friends over at Screen Junkies have picked Christopher Nolan‘s latest for their new installment of their signature Honest Trailers series.

This Week: A fantastic week includes the epically satisfying Interstellar, an Oscar-calibre Benedict Cumberbatch, and HBO's killer combo of Veep and Silicon Valley. ► There may have been better films than INTERSTELLAR last year, but I doubt there was a better movie. Thoughtful, intense, scary, emotional – everything about Christopher Nolan’s epic... Read More...

This is How Interstellar Originally Ended Interstellar co-screenwriter Jonathan Nolan recently revealed how his original screenplay for the sci-fi epic ended before his brother, also the film's director, Christopher Nolan rewrote it. Please be advised the following contains SPOILERS about how the finished version of Interstellar ends! Jonathan Nolan and the movie's science adviser/producer Kip Thorne were promoting the forthcoming Blu-ray release at Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Lab when Nolan was asked about its divisive, and to many befuddling, ending, which Jonathan is said to have jokingly replied, "You’ve got the wrong brother." Nerdi

This is How Interstellar Originally Ended Interstellar co-screenwriter Jonathan Nolan recently revealed how his original screenplay for the sci-fi epic ended before his brother, also the film's director, Christopher Nolan rewrote it. Please be advised the following contains SPOILERS about how the finished version of Interstellar ends! Jonathan Nolan and the movie's science adviser/producer Kip Thorne were promoting the forthcoming Blu-ray release at Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Lab when Nolan was asked about its divisive, and to many befuddling, ending, which Jonathan is said to have jokingly replied, "You’ve got the wrong brother." Nerdi

INTERSTELLAR hits Blu-ray/DVD at the end of the month and before you get a chance to dive into the film's many layers and supplementary material, it's worth reading about what the other Nolan brother, Jonathan, had originally planned for the end of the film. It goes without saying that we're jumping into spoilers at the end of the movie so if you STILL haven't checked this flick... Read More...

The Interstellar Game Isn't What You'd Expect A video game based on Christopher Nolan's Interstellar might inspire unfortunate flashbacks to Avatar: The Game, but the reality is much more delightful. The Interstellar Text Adventure Game, created to celebrate the film's release on Blu-ray and DVD, is an '80s-tinged space adventure that tasks you with exploring a foreign planet as part of Professor Brand's humanity-saving expedition.Throughout the game, you'll have to place data probes across an inhospitable landscape at the risk of life and limb, all via text input. Continue reading…

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